Our Partners

Leveraging the support of funders and donors, and harnessing the experiences and expertise of partners to ensure clean air for Accra and guarantee a healthy population
The Clean Air Fund is the funder of the Breathe Accra project. CAF's support is helping to ensure that the project is able to deliver a cleaner and healthier environment for the people of Accra.
Breathe Cities is a partnership delivered by Clean Air Fund, C40 Cities and Bloomberg Philanthropies, and support cities around the world to cut their air pollution and climate emissions.
University of Cape Coast (UCC) provides the enabling environment for the Breathe Accra project to achieve its objectives
Ghana EPA is the regulatory body responsible for environmental protection in Ghana, and hence an important partner of the Breathe Accra project. They provide technical support and expertise to the beneficiary districts in the monitoring and control of air pollution.
The Ghana Health Service is a public service body responsible for implementing national health policies under the Ministry of Health. It primarily administers government-provided health services and focuses on equitable, efficient, accessible, and responsive healthcare.
Accra Metropolitan Assembly is the local government authority responsible for the Accra Metropolitan Area. The assembly hosts one of our reference grade monitors at City Hall and serves as a model district for the other beneficiary districts
Korle Klottey Municipal Assembly is the local government authority responsible for the Korle Klottey Municipal Area. The assembly hosts one of our reference grade monitors at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange and serves as a model district for the other beneficiary districts
The Adenta Municipal Assembly is the local government authority responsible for the Adenta Municipal Area. The assembly hosts one of our reference grade monitors on their premises and serves as a model district for the other beneficiary districts.
Clarity Movement provides the Breathe Accra project with state-of-the-art, solar-powered Node-S air quality sensors to monitor air quality across Accra. Clarity provides the necessary technology and technical support needed to ensure accurate data collection and analysis.
Blue Wireless provides the Breathe Accra project with IoT sensors and communication technology to help collect and transmit real-time air quality data. This data is important for identifying air pollution hotspots across the city and informing air quality improvement strategies.
AirQo is a Ugandan-based social enterprise that specializes in the development of low-cost air quality monitoring solutions. The organization was established with the aim of addressing the growing problem of air pollution in developing countries.
AfriqAir provides technical support and expertise to the project as well as connecting us to similar initiatives on the continent to learn best practices. They also provide us with a platform through their workshops and conferences for sharing the lessons learnt on the project and best practices
The French Embassy in Ghana is supporting with the development of air quality monitoring tools for use on the Breathe Accra project.

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